Dr. Susan Barduhn is a Professor at the SIT Graduate Institute in the U.S., where she is also Chair of the Summer MAT program and was Director of the Teacher Training and Professional Development Institute. She has been involved in English language teaching as teacher, trainer, supervisor, manager, assessor and consultant; and she has worked for extended periods in Kenya, the U.K., Switzerland, Colombia, Spain, and Portugal. Susan Barduhn is a Past President of IATEFL; the former Director of The Language Center, Nairobi and was Deputy Director of International House, London. Susan’s areas of interest and research are teacher thinking, intercultural communication and teacher trainer development. For list of publications, presentations and honors, please click on Curriculum Vitae to the right.
IATEFL president 2001-2003 (2001)
Previous IATEFL posts: Vice President, Associates' Coordinator, SIG Representative, Teacher Development SIG Coordinator, Committee Member...
Chairman for Logistics in Kenya, The United Nationss First Earth Run for 1986 International Year of Peace (1986)
Integrating Language and Content, (shortlisted for the ELTons prize) (with Jon Nordmeyer) (2010)
A Basic Kiswahili Course (1986)
Contributions to Books
Certification and Professional Qualifications, The Cambridge Guide to Language Teacher Education (2009)
The CLIL Symposium: Content and Language Integrated Learning, IATEFL 2006 Aberdeen Conference Selections (2006)
Symposium on Intercultural Awareness and Communication, IATEFL 2005 Cardiff Conference Selections (2005)
Why Develop? It's Easier Not To., Continuing Professional Development (2002)
Continuous Rods, Techniques for Effective Language Learning in English (1981)
Live interview by the British Council on IATEFL online, IATEFL Harrogate 2010 (2010)
News in our Field, The Teacher Trainer Journal (2006)
What keeps teachers going? What keeps teachers developing?, 2006 Korea TESOL Proceedings (2006)
Developing Cross-Cultural Awareness in the Monolingual Classroom, The Language Teacher (2004)
What is burnout all about?, It's for Teachers (2003)
Decision Making During Teaching, ATEL Newsletter (2002)
paper presented at IATEFL Edinburgh 1999
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Thames Valley University, London.